Posts tagged with "dua"

"The Prophet's Du'a and an Usuli Cult?"
Friday Khutbahs (Sermons) · 05. February 2021
Although the Prophet was the bearer and the communicator of the revelation - of the Qur'an - it is well reported that he loved to hear the Qur’an recited by others back to him, especially by those who have a beautiful voice that could give power to the voice of the Qur’an. A dua that he would repeat often, that had become a cornerstone of understanding the relationship between the Prophet and the Qur’an, goes in part: “Make this Qur'an the spring of our hearts, the light of our chests,...
"The Paradigm Shift That is the Qur'an"
Friday Khutbahs (Sermons) · 29. January 2021
How often does the Qur'an alert us to the fact that it is intended to be a paradigm shift? The very opening of Surah Al-Baqarah directs our attention to the momentous reality of the revelation. This book, which prevails over doubt, serves as a guide to those who want to embrace and follow the path of guidance. To follow this path, you have to believe in ghaib (the world of the unseen). You must be one who internalizes in their heart the world of the unseen, the non-material world. You must...

Friday Khutbahs (Sermons) · 29. November 2019
"ON KNOWING THE STRENGTH OF YOUR INNER LIGHT" 29 November 2019 Dr. Abou El Fadl shares a prayer (dua) that the Prophet (pbuh) would often repeat: “God, The Lord of the Heavens and the earth, the Lord of all there is and that will be, I seek refuge in You in everything, from everything that You ultimately are empowered against. You are the First and the Last. There is nothing after You, as there was nothing before You. You are apparent. You are the Lord of all that appears, and You are the...

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